I've had the MT's on a half ton truck, and now the Xtreme AT's on a 3/4 ton diesel truck. Both were 35's and zero problems. I was impressed with the mileage from the MT's and so far the XT/AT are very impressive. Good ride, highway/handling manners, and good mileage.
'13 JKUR 10th Anniversary
Billet, Red int., auto, 4:10, Towed behind motorhome
'12 Ram 2500 Laramie, Cummins H.O.
'09 Dodge Charger Daytona, 1 of 400
Several Antique and pro-tour cars
I have owned two sets of pro comps over the last 13 years of owning my jeep and will not buy another pair. They wore down very quick and seemed to easily get holes that would leak. I only have 120,000 miles on my jeep and my current bfg a/t have made it for about half the life of the jeep. Even when I have nails stuck in my tire, they still dont leak. I went through my pro comps in about two years or so....never again.
Glad the rest of you are happy with them but they are not for me.I didn't have traction issues with them, they were just to soft
I bought my Jeep used it had ProComps on it. They were 305/65R17 Mud Terrains and I'm not sure how long they had been on the rig and was very happy to get rid of them because they were very hard, stiff and noisy.
On the road they were very loud and gripped the road a little too well because they tended to pull one way or another if there were any grooves or ruts. Off road, when I would air-down, they worked great but the rubber was so stiff I would lose lots of chunks off the corners of the tread.
As I mentioned, I don't know how old the tires were but I was told by several people that the rubber in the ProComps tend to get harder over time. Another thing could be that is the desert southwest and the weather may have been a factor.